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STACKING RING
STACKING RING
STACKING RING

STACKING RING

$180.00

traditional retail: $340

DESCRIPTION

A stackable opal solitaire ring, one of October's birthstones. Single opal showcased on a thin band. Opal is the kaleidoscope stone, precious opals each display an infinite and one-of-a-kind blend of colors. As you move the stone you will see flashes of blues, greens, yellow and sometimes red. This scattering of color is called iridescence or play-of-color. Throughout time and cultures opals have been considered one of the luckiest and most magical gemstones.

 

GEMSTONE

Single Gray Pearl. 

 

75% RECLAIMED METAL

1.0 - 1.3g 14k Solid Yellow, White or Rose Gold.

 

DIMENSIONS

4mm Round Setting, 1mm Wide Band.

 

Gemstones:

From diamonds to pearls, gemstones have a wide range of durability. All stones can be cleaned gently with a damp cloth and air-dried. Learn more about caring for each stone here.

14-Karat Gold:

Solid 14-karat gold can sustain daily wear and will not tarnish. Clean with an organic cleaning solution and warm water. Learn more about how to protect your jewelry here.

Sterling Silver:

Solid sterling silver can be worn daily, but it may tarnish with exposure to sun and water over time. Bring it back to its original shimmer with a silver polishing cloth. Never store wet or damp silver in a tight enclosure. Learn more about caring for silver here.

Please use PDF below as a general guide to finding your ring size. At this time please find the nearest whole size ring.

If you need assistance contact hello@starlingjewelry.com.

VIEW PRINTABLE RING SIZING CHART

Important: Before you print, make sure to uncheck any "Scale to Fit Page" check boxes.

Gemstone

Learn more about where and how our responsibly sourced stones are found https://starling-jewelry.myshopify.com/products/olive-bezel-ring.

Reclaimed Metal

Starling uses reclaimed or recycled metals in its designs. Learn more about the process https://starling-jewelry.myshopify.com/products/olive-bezel-ring.

Made in the Downtown Los Angeles

These were made by four to six American metalsmiths, paid fair wages.

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